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JMX Question about managing multiple JVMs  RSS feed

 
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Hello
I am trying to manage multiple Java processes on serverside with JMX. I have AcitveMQ setup and I can specify in the activemq.xml config file:
....
<managementContext>
<managementContext connectorPort="10120" rmiServerPort="10135" jmxDomainName="my-broker" connectorPath="/jmxrmione" />
</managementContext>
....
so the registry ist startet at port 10120 and the serviceport is 10135. the "stub" ist exportet with the name jmxrmione. I can connect tot it with JConsole using:

service:jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://SERVERNAME:10120/jmxrmione

Now I have a Java-Serverprocess and i really like to have it also manageable on Port 10120. So i could connect to it with the JConsole using the fill connection:

service:jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://SERVERNAME:10120/jmxrmitwo

Now the questions are:

How can I specify the Name of the "Stub" for a Java-Process ? Default seems always to be rmijmx.
How can I set the ServicePort for JMX for that Java-Process ? The Registryport can be set with the property com.sun.management.jmxremote=xxxx.

I could live with if I have to use a different registry for every JVM just for the sake of JMX, (although it seems very strange since I would use different names for the exportet stub) but the arbirtary Port is really a pain.

Thank you for kind reply

Michael Modenese





 
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If rmiregistry is running on port 10120, then from each of your java server processes, create a connector server factory with different service URLs as shown below:

Server 1:


Server 2:


Configure ActiveMQ to use the same RMI registry port:

ActiveMQ can then be monitored at service:jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://localhost:10120/jmxactivemq.
The rmiServerPort is ActiveMQ JMX agent's preferred ServerSocket port. Unless you have firewall restrictions, it need not be specified - it'll use any free port.
 
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Thank you very much for your reply !!

It works exactly the way I needed to have it ! Since you mentioned the Firewall-Issue:

As said, to preset the "ServicePort" for ActiveMQ:

<managementContext>
<managementContext createConnector="true" connectorPort="10120" rmiServerPort="10135" jmxDomainName="my-broker" connectorPath="/jmxrmiaq" />
</managementContext>

Where 10120 is the Registry port and 10135 the ServicePort where the socketcommunication happens.


To do the same in Java-Code, the url-String for the JMXServiceURL needs to be something rather cryptic:

String url = "service:jmx:rmi://localhost:10136/jndi/rmi://localhost:10120/jmxapp1";
// original String without fixed ServicePort: String url = "service:jmx:rmi:///jndi/rmi://localhost:10120/jmxapp1";
JMXServiceURL serviceURL = new JMXServiceURL(url);
JMXConnectorServer server = JMXConnectorServerFactory.newJMXConnectorServer(serviceURL, null, mbs);
System.out.println("\nStarting monitored app @ " + url);
server.start();


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